KR101708352B1 - Laundry treating apparatus - Google Patents

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KR101708352B1
KR101708352B1 KR1020160040450A KR20160040450A KR101708352B1 KR 101708352 B1 KR101708352 B1 KR 101708352B1 KR 1020160040450 A KR1020160040450 A KR 1020160040450A KR 20160040450 A KR20160040450 A KR 20160040450A KR 101708352 B1 KR101708352 B1 KR 101708352B1
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Abstract

The present invention provides a clothes dispenser comprising: a main body having a garment inlet; And a door configured to open and close the garment input port. The door includes a door having a first opening facing the garment input port in a closed state of the door and a second opening corresponding to a display module mounted in the door, frame; And a door cover coupled to the door frame to form an outer appearance of the door, wherein the door cover includes an opaque region, a first translucent region corresponding to the first opening in the opaque region, And a sealant filling groove filled with a sealant for bonding with the door cover is formed at a portion of the door frame overlapping the opaque region, do.

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BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention [0001]

The present invention relates to a clothes processing apparatus having a door for opening and closing a garment input port of a main body.

The clothes processing apparatus includes a device for washing clothes, a device for drying clothes, and a device for washing and drying clothes together. In the clothes processing apparatus, laundry is washed by water and detergent to remove contaminants from the laundry, and drying of clothes is carried out by supplying hot water supplied from clothes through a hot air supply device It is an administration to remove.

A general garment disposal apparatus includes a main body having a garment input port, a garment receiving portion provided inside the main body, a drive unit for rotating the drum constituting the garment receiving portion, a door configured to open and close the garment input port, And a control unit for displaying time information related to the processing performed in the processing apparatus and receiving the user's operation.

In such a general garment disposal apparatus, the door is designed to perform the function of opening and closing the garment input port and looking into the garment receiving section. In addition, the control unit is usually provided in the main body, and a plurality of buttons or knobs are provided for briefly displaying only a predetermined stroke in an on / off manner and operating the same.

This differentiation of the door and the control unit has been hampered by the simple appearance of the garment handling device and the input and output interface between the garment handling device and the user has been forced to stay in a low dimensional manner.

Therefore, studies have been made to place the control unit on the door and implement the control unit on the touch screen. The related art can also be found in Korean Patent Laid-Open Publication No. 10-2011-0130089 (Published Dec. 2011) and Korean Patent Laid-Open Publication No. 10-2015-0006264 (Laid Open on Jan. 16, 2015). However, there is still little research on the door structure that can bring out an enhanced sense of beauty and low cost for the door and touch screen.

In addition, in order to connect the door cover to the door frame, an adhesive is usually used together with a mechanical fastening structure using a bracket, a hook, and the like. However, in the case of using a door cover made of glass to give a feeling of being advanced, it is difficult to use such a mechanical fastening structure. Furthermore, when the door cover is formed in a circular shape, there arises a problem that it is difficult to accurately set the installation position with respect to the door frame.

Further, the adhesive may leak during the process of connecting the door cover to the door frame through the adhesive, so that deterioration of the appearance quality may be prevented. In order to prevent this, an adhesive is applied to the inner side of the door frame far from the rim. This causes deterioration of the bonding strength, and there is a problem that the foreign matter easily penetrates through the gap between the door cover and the door frame.

On the other hand, when the door is provided with a touch screen in that the door is configured to open and close the garment input port, there is a fear that moisture is infiltrated into the electronic elements constituting the touch screen. Therefore, the sealing of the electronic devices is an important issue in terms of securing the driving reliability of the touch screen.

It is an object of the present invention to provide a door unit for a door which allows a user to see the clothes receptacle in a door and a display unit for displaying information processed in the clothes processing apparatus, And to provide a door structure of a garment disposal apparatus having the same.

Another object of the present invention is to provide a door structure of a clothes processing apparatus capable of providing a circular display portion to a user by using a rectangular display.

Another object of the present invention is to provide a door structure of a clothes processing apparatus in which coupling between a circular door cover and a circular door frame can be facilitated.

It is another object of the present invention to provide a garment which can prevent leakage of a sealant when joining the door cover and the door frame, improve bonding strength, and prevent foreign matter from penetrating through the gap between the door cover and the door frame. And to provide a door structure of the processing apparatus.

Another object of the present invention is to provide a door structure of a clothes processing apparatus in which moisture penetration into electronic elements constituting a display portion can be prevented when a display portion (or a touch screen) is constructed on the door .

Still another object of the present invention is to provide an additional structure capable of improving sealing performance in a sealing structure for preventing moisture permeation.

According to another aspect of the present invention, there is provided a clothes processing apparatus comprising: a main body having a garment input port; And a door configured to open and close the garment input port. The door includes a door having a first opening facing the garment input port in a closed state of the door and a second opening corresponding to a display module mounted in the door, frame; And a door cover coupled to the door frame to form an outer appearance of the door, wherein the door cover includes an opaque region, a first translucent region corresponding to the first opening in the opaque region, And the second light-transmissive region corresponding to the two openings.

The second light-transmissive region may be formed to have a smaller size than the second opening, and the door cover may be disposed in the second opening when the door is coupled to the door frame.

Wherein the second opening portion is formed in a rectangular shape corresponding to the display module of a quadrangle and the second light transmitting region is formed in a circular shape so as to be overlapped within the second opening portion, Time information can not be output to the non-corresponding part.

A touch sensor may be attached to the rear surface of the door cover to cover the second light-transmissive area and sense a touch input to a sensing area including the second light-transmissive area.

The garment processing apparatus may further include a controller for controlling whether or not the touch sensing is activated for an area not corresponding to the second light-transmitting area in the sensing area.

The door cover may include a cover body formed of a translucent material; And a shielding layer disposed to cover the rear surface of the cover body and forming the opaque region.

The first and second light-transmissive regions may be portions where the shielding layer is not disposed.

The shielding layer includes a plurality of shielding dots formed around the first light-transmitting region, and the shielding dots may be formed to have a lower density toward the first light-transmitting region.

The door frame may include a mounting guide protruding from the door frame to surround the outer periphery of the door cover.

The door cover includes a first corner portion formed to be rounded and a second corner portion connecting both sides of the first corner portion. The mounting guide includes a first protrusion portion extending in a round manner to correspond to the first corner portion, And a second protrusion formed to correspond to the second corner portion and configured to guide the mounting position when the door cover is mounted on the door frame.

The second protrusion may be formed on the lower side of the door frame.

Wherein the door frame includes an outer frame having a sealant filling groove filled with a sealant for adhesion with the door cover, And an inner frame coupled to a rear side of the outer frame and having an outer circumferential portion protruding from a front surface of the outer frame to form the mounting guide.

The sealant filling groove may include: a sealant applying unit for filling the sealant; And a sealant collecting part formed on both sides of the sealant application part, respectively, so as to collect sealants that flow out to the inside and outside of the sealant application part.

Wherein the sealant filling groove includes: a connection groove portion formed to cross the first and second openings; A first groove portion connected to both ends of the connection groove portion so as to surround the circumference of the first opening portion together with the connection groove portion; And a second groove portion connected to both ends of the connection groove portion and configured to surround the second opening portion together with the connection groove portion.

The sealant filling groove may further include a bypass groove portion connecting an arbitrary point on the connection groove portion and an arbitrary point on the first groove portion.

The bypass groove portion may be located in a space formed by the connection groove portion and the first groove portion.

Wherein the body is recessed inwardly from an outer surface and includes a door receiving portion having the garment input port therein, wherein, in a state in which the door is closed, the door is received in the door receiving portion, The face rim portion may be coplanar with the outer surface of the adjacent body.

The present invention also provides a clothes dispenser comprising: a main body having a garment inlet; And a door configured to open and close the garment input port. The door includes a door having a first opening facing the garment input port in a closed state of the door and a second opening corresponding to a display module mounted in the door, frame; And a door cover coupled to the door frame to cover the first and second openings to form an outer appearance of the door, wherein the door frame is filled with a sealant for adhesion to the door cover, And a sealant filling groove formed to surround the first and second openings, respectively.

Wherein the sealant filling groove includes: a connection groove portion formed to cross the first and second openings; A first groove portion connected to both ends of the connection groove portion so as to surround the circumference of the first opening portion together with the connection groove portion; And a second groove portion connected to both ends of the connection groove portion and configured to surround the second opening portion together with the connection groove portion.

The sealant filling groove may include a first sealant collecting portion formed to surround the first opening in an inner space formed by the connection groove portion and the first groove portion; A second sealant collecting part formed to surround the second opening in an inner space formed by the connection groove part and the second groove part; And a third sealant collecting part formed to surround the first groove part and the second groove part.

In addition, the present invention provides a clothes dispenser comprising: a main body having a garment inlet; And a door configured to open and close the garment input port, wherein the door comprises: a door frame configured to be movable relative to the body; A door cover coupled to the door frame to form an appearance of the door, the door cover including an opaque area and a light transmitting area in the opaque area; And a display module disposed on a rear surface of the door cover and outputting time information through the light transmitting area, wherein the light transmitting area is formed to be smaller than the display module, and the door cover is coupled to the door frame Disclosed is a clothes processing apparatus which is disposed so as to overlap within the display module at the time of opening.

The display module is formed in a rectangular shape, and the light-transmitting region is formed in a circular shape so as to overlap with a part of the display module, and the opaque region covers another portion of the display module that does not correspond to the light- .

And another part of the display module may be configured such that the time information is not output.

And a touch sensor disposed on the rear surface of the door cover so as to cover the light transmitting region and a part of the opaque region around the light transmitting region.

The present invention also provides a clothes dispenser comprising: a main body having a garment inlet; And a door configured to open and close the garment input port, wherein the door includes a first corner formed to be rounded and a second corner connected to both sides of the first corner, Door cover; And a door frame which is configured to be movable relative to the main body and in which a mounting guide protruding from a periphery of the door cover is formed to surround the outer periphery of the door cover, ; And a second projection formed to correspond to the second corner portion and configured to guide the mounting position when the door cover is mounted on the door frame.

The second protrusion may be formed on the lower side of the door frame.

In addition, the present invention provides a clothes dispenser comprising: a main body having a garment inlet; And a door configured to open and close the garment input port, wherein the door comprises: a door cover which forms an outer appearance of the door and includes a light-opaque area and a light-transmitting area in the opaque area; A display module disposed on a rear surface of the door cover and outputting time information through the light-transmitting area; And a door having a display module accommodating part for accommodating the display module and an opening facing the garment inputting part in a state where the door is closed and having a sealant filling groove filled with a sealant for adhesion with the door cover, A garment processing apparatus including a frame is disclosed.

Wherein the sealant filling groove includes: a connection groove portion formed to cross the space between the display module housing portion and the opening portion; A first groove portion connected to both end portions of the connection groove portion so as to surround the circumference of the opening portion together with the connection groove portion; And a second groove portion connected to both ends of the connection groove portion so as to surround the display module accommodation portion together with the connection groove portion.

The sealant filling groove may further include a bypass groove portion that connects an arbitrary point on the connection groove portion and an arbitrary point on the first groove portion in a space formed by the connection groove portion and the first groove portion .

The sealant filling groove may include: a sealant applying unit for filling the sealant; And a sealant collecting part formed on both sides of the sealant application part, respectively, so as to collect sealants that flow out to the inside and outside of the sealant application part.

In addition, the present invention provides a clothes dispenser comprising: a main body having a garment inlet; And a door configured to open and close the garment input port, wherein the door includes: a door frame; A door cover mounted on one side of the door frame and having a light transmitting region; A mounting frame mounted on the other side of the door frame; A display mounted on the mounting frame and outputting time information through a light-transmitting area of the door cover; And a display sealing member disposed between the door frame and the mounting frame, the display sealing member being formed to surround the display.

The mounting frame may receive a part of the display sealing member and may include receiving grooves formed to surround the display.

Another part of the display sealing member may protrude from the receiving groove so that the mounting frame may contact the door frame when mounted on the door frame.

The display sealing member has a plurality of contact portions that are in contact with the door frame, and the plurality of contact portions are spaced apart from each other in the width direction and extend in parallel along the longitudinal direction to form a plurality of sealing loops.

The clothes processing apparatus includes a display cover formed of a light transmitting material and disposed to cover the display; And a filler configured to fill a gap between the mounting frame and the display cover.

An outer frame having a front surface formed with a sealant filling groove filled with a sealant for adhesion with the door cover and a mounting frame mounted on a rear surface thereof; And an inner frame coupled to the rear side of the outer frame and disposed to cover the mounting frame.

The outer peripheral portion of the inner frame protrudes from the front surface of the outer frame, thereby forming a mounting guide for covering the outer circumference of the door cover.

The inner frame is provided with a communication portion communicating with the inner frame formed by the outer frame and the inner frame, and a frame cover for opening and closing the communication portion may be detachably coupled to the inner frame.

The clothes processing apparatus may further include a touch sensor attached to a rear surface of the door cover and sensing a touch input to the light transmitting region.

A display hole corresponding to the display and a communication hole through which a flexible printed circuit board (FPCB) of the touch sensor passes are formed in the door frame, and the display sealing member is connected to the display hole and the communication hole As shown in FIG.

The display may be mounted on one side of the mounting frame, and a printed circuit board (PCB) electrically connected to the display and the flexible printed circuit board may be mounted on the other side.

A wireless communication module capable of wireless communication with an external electronic device may further be mounted on the other side of the mounting frame.

The clothes processing apparatus includes a PCB cover mounted on the mounting frame and arranged to cover the printed circuit board; And a PCB sealing member disposed between the mounting frame and the PCB cover to surround the PCB.

The PCB sealing member may be formed to surround the FPCB hole.

The mounting frame may include a mounting groove for receiving a portion of the PCB sealing member and formed to surround the PCB.

Another part of the PCB sealing member is protruded from the mounting groove so that the PCB cover can be brought into contact with the PCB cover when mounted on the mounting frame.

The PCB sealing member includes a plurality of contact portions that are in contact with the PCB cover, and the plurality of contact portions are spaced apart from each other in the width direction and extend in parallel along the length direction to form a plurality of sealing loops.

In addition, the present invention provides a clothes dispenser comprising: a main body having a garment inlet; And a door configured to open and close the garment input port, wherein the door comprises: a door frame configured to be movable relative to the body; A door cover coupled to the door frame to form an outer appearance of the door; And a display module disposed on a rear surface of the door cover, wherein the display module includes: a mounting frame having a display mounting portion and a printed circuit board mounting portion on both sides; A PCB cover mounted on the mounting frame to cover the printed circuit board mounting part; A display sealing member disposed between the door frame and the mounting frame to surround the display mounting portion; And a PCB sealing member disposed between the mounting frame and the PCB cover, the PCB sealing member being configured to surround the printed circuit board mounting portion.

The display sealing member includes a plurality of contact portions that are in contact with the mounting frame, and the plurality of contact portions are spaced apart from each other in the width direction and extend in parallel to each other in the longitudinal direction to form a plurality of sealing loops.

The PCB sealing member includes a plurality of contact portions that are in contact with the PCB cover, and the plurality of contact portions are spaced apart from each other in the width direction and extend in parallel along the length direction to form a plurality of sealing loops.

According to the present invention, the door cover is provided with an opaque area and first and second transparent areas separated from each other in the opaque area, and the window part and the display part (or Touch screen), so that a simple door appearance can be realized. Particularly, when the first and second light-transmissive regions are circularly formed so as to correspond to a circular door, the user can be provided with an integrated esthetics.

Further, when the second light-transmissive region is formed in a circular shape disposed so as to overlap within the rectangular display, the visual information may be output only to the portion corresponding to the circular second light-transmissive region, and a circular display portion may be provided to the user . At this time, the control unit can control the output of the time information on the portion not corresponding to the second light-transmitting region of the display, thereby saving power.

In the present invention, the mounting guide of the door frame is constituted by a rounded first projection portion corresponding to the first and second corner portions of the door cover and a second projection portion in a straight line shape, and when the door cover is assembled to the door frame, The corner portion and the second projecting portion can be used as a reference for aligning the installation position. That is, when the second corner portion is disposed so as to correspond to the second projection, the door cover is positioned at the right position on the door frame so that the first and second light-transmissive regions of the door cover correspond to the first and second opening portions of the door frame .

In the present invention, even when the sealant filled in the sealant collecting part leaks out during the process of coupling the door cover to the outer frame, the sealant leaking to the sealant collecting part provided on the inner and outer sides is collected. As a result, deterioration of the appearance quality due to leakage of the sealant can be prevented.

Further, according to the above structure, the sealant application portion can be disposed as close as possible to the rim portion of the outer frame. Therefore, the unbonded portion of the rim portion of the door cover corresponding to this can be minimized, so that the bonding strength can be improved, and the penetration of foreign matter through the gap between the door cover and the outer frame can be effectively prevented.

A display sealing member is disposed between the door frame and the mounting frame to prevent moisture from penetrating into the flexible printed circuit board of the display and the touch sensor provided therein. At this time, the filler may be filled in the gap between the mounting frame and the display cover, and in this case, moisture penetration into the display can be prevented again.

A PCB sealing member is disposed between the mounting frame and the PCB cover to prevent moisture penetration into the printed circuit board and the wireless communication module.

The display sealing member and the PCB sealing member may be spaced apart from each other in the width direction and may include a plurality of contact portions extending in parallel along the longitudinal direction to form a plurality of sealing loops. In this case, the sealing loop formed by one of the contact portions is disposed in the sealing loop formed by the other contact portion, so that the reliability of the sealing structure can be improved.

1 is a perspective view showing a clothes processing apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 2A is a conceptual view showing a state in which the door shown in FIG. 1 is first rotated to open a clothes inlet. FIG.
FIG. 2B is a conceptual view showing a state in which the door is secondarily rotated in the state shown in FIG. 2A. FIG.
3 is an exploded perspective view of the door shown in Fig.
4 is a front view of the door shown in Fig.
Fig. 5 is a rear view of the door cover shown in Fig. 3; Fig.
FIG. 6 is a sectional view showing a first embodiment of a door cover taken along the line A-A 'shown in FIG. 5; FIG.
7 is an enlarged view of a portion B shown in Fig.
8 is a cross-sectional view of a second embodiment of a door cover taken along line A-A 'shown in Fig. 5;
FIG. 9 is a sectional view showing a third embodiment of the door cover taken along the line A-A 'shown in FIG. 5; FIG.
10 is a cross-sectional view taken along line C-C 'shown in FIG. 4;
FIG. 11 is a conceptual view showing a door cover and a door frame separated from each other in FIG. 4; FIG.
Fig. 12 is a front view of the door frame shown in Fig. 3 according to the first embodiment; Fig.
13 is an enlarged view of the portion E shown in Fig.
Fig. 14 is a front view showing a door frame according to a second embodiment of the present invention shown in Fig. 3; Fig.
Figs. 15 and 16 are exploded perspective views of the display module shown in Fig. 3 viewed from different directions. Fig.
17 is a front view of the mounting frame shown in Fig.
Fig. 18 is a rear view of the mounting frame shown in Fig. 15; Fig.
FIG. 19 is a rear view showing a state in which a PCB cover is coupled to the mounting frame shown in FIG. 15. FIG.
20 is a cross-sectional view taken along line F-F 'shown in Fig. 4; Fig.
FIG. 21 is a conceptual view showing a state in which the display module shown in FIG. 3 is mounted inside the door frame;
22 is an exploded perspective view of a door according to a modification of the present invention;
23 is a sectional view of the door shown in Fig. 22;

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS A garment processing apparatus according to the present invention will be described below in detail with reference to the drawings.

The singular expressions include plural expressions unless the context clearly dictates otherwise.

In other respects, the same or similar reference numerals are given to the same or similar components to those of the previous embodiment, and a duplicate description thereof will be omitted.

In the following description of the embodiments of the present invention, a detailed description of related arts will be omitted when it is determined that the gist of the embodiments disclosed herein may be obscured.

It is to be understood that both the foregoing general description and the following detailed description are exemplary and explanatory and are intended to provide further explanation of the invention as claimed. It should be understood that it includes water and alternatives.

FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing a clothes processing apparatus 1 according to an embodiment of the present invention. FIGS. 2a and 2b show a state in which the door 10 shown in FIG. 1 is rotated first and second, ) Are open.

Referring to these drawings, the clothes processing apparatus 1 includes a main body 20 and a door 10. [

The main body 20 forms an outer shape of the clothes processing apparatus 1 and has a garment input port 20a into which garments are inserted. In this embodiment, a garment inlet 20a is formed in the front face portion of the main body 20 having a hexahedron shape.

Inside the main body 20, a garment accommodating portion accommodating laundry through a garment input port 20a is provided.

For example, when the clothes processing apparatus 1 of the present invention is constituted by a device for drying laundry, the clothes receiving portion may be constituted by a drum 40 rotatably provided inside the main body 20.

In another embodiment, when the clothes processing apparatus 1 of the present invention is constituted by a device capable of washing and drying laundry together, the clothes receiving unit may include a tub (not shown) And a drum 40 rotatably installed in the tub to receive the laundry.

The main body 20 is provided with a drive unit (not shown) configured to rotate the drum 40. The driving unit may include a motor for generating a driving force and a belt for rotating the drum 40 using the driving force.

A detergent supply unit (not shown) may be installed in the main body 20 such that the detergent supply unit can be drawn out and drawn in. The cover (21) for covering the detergent supply portion can be configured to be rotatable in the vertical direction.

The body 20 may be provided with a power button 22 to turn on / off the power of the clothes processing apparatus 1. [ When the display unit 12, which will be described later, is configured as a touch screen, it may be configured to turn on / off the power of the clothes processing apparatus 1 through touch input to the touch screen 12. In this case, since the power button 22 is not provided, a simpler appearance can be realized.

The door 10 is configured to be movable relative to the main body 20 so as to open and close the clothes inlet 20a. As shown, the door 10 may be rotatably mounted to the main body 20 by a hinge unit 30.

The main body 20 may have a door receiving portion 20b which is recessed inwardly from the outer surface and has a garment input port 20a therein. When the door 10 is closed, the door 10 is received in the door receiving portion 20b, and the outer surface of the door 10 is arranged to be flush with the outer surface of the body 20 adjacent thereto .

In order to prevent the door 10 from being caught by the main body 20 when the door 10 is opened, the hinge unit 30 is provided with two different And may have a double hinge structure having a rotation axis. In this case, as shown in Figs. 2A and 2B, after the door 10 is separated from the door accommodating portion 20b by the first rotation with respect to any one of the rotation shafts, So that the door 10 can be rotated.

A locking device for fixing or releasing the door 10 to the main body 20 is provided on the other side of the door 10 in a structure in which the hinge unit 30 is mounted on one side of the door 10. [ The locking device is configured to be pressed, and the door 10 is locked when the other side of the door 10 is pressed once, and the door 10 is unlocked when pressed again.

The door 10 is provided with a window part 11 and a display part 12.

In a state in which the door 10 is closed, the window portion 11 is arranged so as to correspond to the garment input port 20a so as to be able to see through the garment accommodating portion. Accordingly, the user can check the state of the clothes accommodated in the garment accommodating portion through the window portion 11.

The display unit 12 displays (outputs) information to be processed in the clothes processing apparatus 1. For example, the display unit 12 displays execution screen information of a stroke (washing, dehydrating, drying, etc.) driven by the clothes processing apparatus 1 or UI (User Interface) corresponding to such execution screen information, Graphic User Interface) information.

Hereinafter, the detailed structure of the door 10 will be described.

Fig. 3 is an exploded perspective view of the door 10 shown in Fig. 1, and Fig. 4 is a front view of the door 10 shown in Fig.

3 and 4, the door 10 includes a door frame 110, a door window 120, a display module 130, and a door cover 140. As described above, the hinge unit 30 for coupling with the main body 20 is mounted on the door 10, but the hinge unit 30 is omitted in the figure.

In this embodiment, it is shown that the door 10 is formed in a circular shape (including a garden shape, an oval shape, or a round shape at least partially formed in a round shape). However, the present invention is not limited thereto. The door 10 may be formed in a polygonal shape (rectangular, hexagonal, etc.).

The door frame 110 is rotatably coupled to the main body 20 so that the hinge unit 30 is coupled to the door frame 110 and the main body 20, respectively.

As shown in the figure, the door frame 110 may include an outer frame 111 and an inner frame 112. The outer frame 111 and the inner frame 112 may be formed of a synthetic resin material (for example, an ABS material, a PC material, or the like).

The reason why the above-described configurations are referred to as the outer frame 111 and the inner frame 112 is that when the door frame 110 alone is placed in the closed state of the door 10, 20, and the inner frame 112 faces the inside of the main body 20. Without such distinction, the outer frame 111 and the inner frame 112 may be referred to as a first frame and a second frame, respectively.

The door frame 110 includes a first opening 110a facing the garment input port 20a and a second opening 111b corresponding to the display module 130 installed in the door 10 in a state where the door 10 is closed do. The first opening 110a may also be referred to as a door window hole in that the door window 120 is installed in the first opening 110a and that the display module 130 is mounted on the second opening 111b The second opening 111b may also be referred to as a display hole. The second opening 111b may be located on the first opening 110a.

The first opening 110a may include a front opening 111a formed in the outer frame 111 and a rear opening 112a formed in the inner frame 112. [ The second opening 111b is formed in the outer frame 111. A communication part 112b may be formed on the rear side opening 112a of the inner frame 112 and the display module 130 may be mounted inside the door frame 110 through the communication part 112b.

The door window 120 is installed in the door frame 110 to correspond to the first opening 110a. The door window 120 is formed of a translucent material (glass, synthetic resin material, or the like), and is disposed so as to correspond to the garment input port 20a when the door 10 is closed.

The display module 130 is installed inside the door frame 110. The display module 130 is arranged to correspond to the second opening 111b and the display 132 provided in the display module 130 is configured to output time information related to information processed in the clothes processing apparatus 1 .

In addition, the door frame 110 may be provided with an FPCB hole 111c through which a flexible printed circuit board (FPCB) 161 of the touch sensor 160 can pass. In this figure, an FPCB hole 111c is provided on one side of the second opening 111b.

In the door frame 110, a door cover 140, which forms the outer surface of the door 10, is coupled. The door cover 140 may be formed of a light-transmitting glass material or a synthetic resin material.

The door cover 140 includes an opaque region 143 and a second translucent region 141 corresponding to the first opening portion 110a in the opaque region 143 and a second translucent region 141 corresponding to the second opening portion 111b, And a light-transmissive region 142. Here, the light-transmissive region means an area configured so that at least a part of light is transmitted, and the opposite side or the inside is visible. Therefore, the light emitting region is a concept including a semi-light emitting region.

The first and second light-transmissive regions 141 and 142 are separated from each other by an opaque region 143. [ In this embodiment, the door frame 110 and the door cover 140 are formed in a circular shape so as to correspond to the circular door 10, and the first and second transparent regions 141, 142 are formed in a circular shape. Herein, the term " round " includes a round shape that is formed in a garden shape, an elliptical shape, or at least a part of which is rounded.

It should be noted that the above-described configurations are formed in a circular shape as an example only, and the present invention is not necessarily limited thereto. For example, the first and second light-transmissive regions 141 and 142 may be formed not only in a circular shape but also in a polygonal (rectangular, hexagonal, etc.) and other geometric shapes.

The door cover 140 may be formed in a bent shape at least at one portion. For example, the first cover portion and the second cover portion on both sides of the bending portion can be formed obliquely with respect to each other by the bent bending portion. Here, the first cover portion and the second cover portion are formed in a flat shape. In order to correspond to the door cover 140, at least a part of the door frame 110 may be curved.

In this embodiment, the first transparent region 141 is formed over the first cover portion and the bending portion, and the second transparent region 142 is formed in the second cover portion.

The second transparent region 142 is formed to be smaller than the second opening 111b so that the door cover 140 is overlapped with the second opening 111b in a state where the door cover 140 is coupled to the door frame 110 . Here, the term " overlap " means overlapping of the door 10 in the thickness direction.

As shown in the figure, the second opening 111b is formed in a rectangular shape corresponding to the rectangular display module 130, and the second transparent region 142 is formed in a circular shape to be overlapped within the second opening 111b . That is, the second transmissive area 142 is disposed to overlap with a part of the display module 130, and the opaque area 132 is disposed to cover and cover another part of the display module 130. With the above configuration, the time information is output only to the portion corresponding to the circular second transmissive region 142, so that the circular display portion 12 can be provided to the user.

The circular display has a higher price than the generally used square display 132, and it is difficult to precisely locate the mounting position of the circular display, so that the assembly failure may occur frequently. However, according to the above structure, the display portion 12, which is seen as a circle, can be provided to the user, while using the square display 132 which has a lower cost and can be assembled in an accurate position.

Since the second transmissive area 142 is surrounded by the non-transmissive area 143, the time information output from the part of the display 132 that does not correspond to the second transmissive area 142 is not visible to the user. In view of this, the time information may not be output to the portion of the display 132 that does not correspond to the second transparent region 142.

For example, in a state in which time information related to information processed in the clothes processing apparatus 1 is output to a portion of the display 132 corresponding to the second transparent region 142, An outer image surrounding the time information may be output. The outer frame image may be filled with a specific sequence of colors (for example, black) as a portion not corresponding to the second transmissive region 142.

As another example, in a state in which time information related to information processed in the garment processing apparatus 1 is output to a portion of the display 132 corresponding to the second transparent region 142, And the corresponding portion may be configured to be off. That is, not only the time information but also the outline image is not output to the portion of the display module 130 that does not correspond to the second transparent region 142. In this example, since only a part of the display 132 is driven, the display 132 can be efficiently driven, compared with the previous example in which the entire display 132 is driven, thereby achieving a power saving effect.

5 is a rear view of the door cover 140 shown in Fig.

The display unit 12 formed on the door cover 140 may have a mutual layer structure with the touch sensor 160 or may be integrally formed to realize the touch screen 12. The touch screen 12 functions as a user input for providing an input interface between the clothes processing apparatus 1 and the user and can provide an output interface between the clothes processing apparatus 1 and the user. For example, selection and change of an operation mode for performing washing, dehydrating and drying, and the like can be implemented by a user's touch input (or touch) on the display unit 12. [

In order to sense the touch input to the door cover 140, the door 10 is provided with a touch sensor 160.

The touch sensor 160 senses a touch input to the display unit (or the touch screen 12) using at least one of various touch methods such as a resistance film type, a capacitive type, an infrared type, an ultrasonic type,

For example, the touch sensor 160 may be configured to convert a change in a pressure applied to a specific portion of the touch screen 12 or a capacitance generated in a specific portion to an electrical input signal. The touch sensor 160 may be configured to detect a position, an area, a pressure at the time of touching, etc. of a touch object to be touched on the touch screen 12 on the touch sensor 160. Here, the touch object may be a finger, a touch pen, a stylus pen, a pointer, or the like as an object to which a touch is applied to the touch sensor 160. For example,

Thus, when there is a touch input to the touch sensor 160, the corresponding signal (s) is sent to the controller. The controller processes the signal (s) and sends the corresponding data to the controller (not shown). Thus, the control unit can know which area of the display unit 12 is touched or the like. Here, the controller may be separate from the control unit, or may be the control unit itself.

On the other hand, the control unit may perform different controls or perform the same control according to the type of the touch object to be touched on the touch screen 12. Whether to perform different controls or perform the same control depending on the type of the touch object can be determined according to the operating state of the clothes processing apparatus 1 or the application program being executed.

The touch sensor 160 may include a short touch, a long touch, a multi touch, a drag touch, a flick touch, such as touch, touch, pinch-in touch, pinch-out touch, swipe touch, hovering touch, have.

The touch sensor 160 is configured to sense a touch input to a sensing region including the second transmissive region 142.

The touch sensor 160 is attached on the rear surface of the door cover 140 so as to cover a part of the opaque region 143 surrounding the second transparent region 142 and the second transparent region 142 . The sensing area of the touch sensor 160 includes not only the second transmissive area 142 but also a part of the opaque area 143 surrounding the second transmissive area 142. Accordingly, various UIs or GUIs using a part of the opaque region 143 that surrounds the second light-transmissive region 142 can be provided.

In this structure, the touch sensor 160 may be formed as a touch film having a touch pattern, and may be disposed between the door cover 140 and the display module 130. The touch film is made of a transparent conductive film, and the known ITO film (Indium-Tin Oxide film) or CNT film (Carbon Nano Tube film) can be used as the touch film.

The touch film may be composed of one or two layers. For example, in the case of a glass-film-film (GFF) in which the touch film is composed of two layers, the touch film may be attached to the rear surface of the door cover 140 or attached on the display module 130 . As another example, in the case of a method [G1F (Glass-Film)] in which the touch film is composed of one layer, the touch film may be attached to the rear surface of the door cover 140 and formed integrally with the door cover 140 .

The touch sensor 160 may be formed by patterning metal wires directly on the rear surface of the door cover 140 without a separate touch film (G2: Glass only).

Alternatively, the touch sensor 160 may be formed integrally with the display 132 provided in the display module 130. For example, the touch sensor 160 may be on-cell on the display 132 and in-cell on the display 132.

On the other hand, the display unit 12 of the clothes processing apparatus 1 is controlled to be driven by the control unit. That is, the control unit controls ON / OFF of the display module 130, output of time information and image, and controls ON / OFF of the touch sensor 160.

Here, the controller may be configured to control activation of touch sensing with respect to an area not corresponding to the second transmissive area 142 of the sensing area of the touch sensor 160. For example, in a sensing region of the touch sensor 160, a state in which touch sensing is unnecessary for a region not corresponding to the second transparent region 142 is distinguished from an unnecessary state. In a state where touch sensing is not required, Lt; / RTI > may be configured to deactivate the touch sensing for < / RTI > According to the above-described control, an error at the time of touch input by a user can be reduced, and a power saving effect can be obtained.

6 is a cross-sectional view of a door cover 140 taken along line A-A 'of FIG. 5 according to a first embodiment of the present invention.

Referring to FIG. 6, the door cover 140 includes a cover body 140a and a shielding layer 140b.

The cover body 140a is formed of a light-transmitting material. The cover body 140a may be formed of a translucent glass material or a synthetic resin material. The cover body 140a may be formed to be bent at least in one portion.

The shielding layer 140b is disposed to cover one surface of the cover body 140a to form an opaque region 143. [ The shielding layer 140b may be formed on the front surface or the rear surface of the cover body 140a.

In this embodiment, it is shown that the ink is printed on the rear surface of the cover body 140a to form the shielding layer 140b. The ink may include pigments having a particular series of colors (e.g., black, white, blue, etc.). As a method of forming the shielding layer 140b, various printing techniques such as screen printing (using a mesh formed of silk, nylon, tetron, stainless steel or the like), offset printing, transfer printing, and the like can be applied.

As shown in the figure, the first and second transparent regions 141 and 142 are not provided with a shielding layer 140b. In other words, the first and second light-transmissive regions 141 and 142 are transparent portions that are not covered by the shielding layer 140b but are left as the light-transmitting cover body 140a.

The shielding layer 140b is formed so as to surround the first and second transparent regions 141 and 142. The first and second transparent regions 141 and 142 are formed in the opaque region 140b formed by the shielding layer 140b 143, respectively.

A touch sensor 160 is attached to the rear surface of the cover body 140a corresponding to the second transparent region 142. [ The touch sensor 160 is disposed so as to completely cover the second transmissive region 142 and is configured to sense a touch input to the second transmissive region 142. [ The touch sensor 160 may be formed to have a larger size than the second transmissive area 142. The touch sensor 160 may be configured to cover a part of the shielding layer 140b that defines the second transmissive area 142 .

On the other hand, a transparent touch sensor 160 and a transparent cover body 140a are sequentially disposed on the front side of the display 132 provided on the display module 130. FIG.

7 is an enlarged view of the portion B shown in Fig.

7, the shielding layer 140b defining the first light-transmissive region 141 of the door cover 140 may be formed such that the transparency gradually changes toward the first light-transmissive region 141. Referring to FIG.

For example, the non-transparent region 143 around the first light-transmissive region 141 may be gradually transparent toward the first light-transmissive region 141. To this end, the shielding layer 140b includes a plurality of shielding dots 140b 'formed around the first light-transmitting region 141, and the plurality of shielding dots 140b' The density can be lowered.

By blurring the boundary of the first light-transmissive region 141 through the halftone technique, it is possible to visually smoothly move from the non-transmissive region 143 to the first light-transmissive region 141.

On the other hand, the second light-transmissive region 142 and the opaque region 143 that surrounds the second transmissive region 142 can be clearly distinguished by the non-transmissive region 143 in the form of a boundary line.

8 is a cross-sectional view of a second embodiment of the door cover 140 taken along line A-A 'shown in FIG.

Unlike the first embodiment in which the shielding layer 140b is printed on the rear surface of the cover body 140a, in this embodiment, the film 2140b for forming the opaque area 2143 on the back surface of the cover body 2140a ) May be attached.

The film 2140b includes a transmissive portion 2140b3 corresponding to the non-transmissive region 2143, a first transmissive portion 2140b1 and a second transmissive region 2142 corresponding to the first transmissive region 2141, And a second transparent portion 2140b2 corresponding to the second transparent portion 2140b2. The non-transparent portion 2140b3 is formed so as to surround the first and second transparent portions 2140b1 and 2140b2 and the first and second transparent portions 2140b1 and 2140b2 are separated from each other by the non-transparent portion 2140b3.

Here, the portion corresponding to the non-transparent portion 2140b3 functions as a shielding layer for making the door cover 2140 opaque, thereby forming an opaque region 2143. [ The portions corresponding to the first and second transparent portions 2140b1 and 2140b2 form the first and second transparent regions 2141 and 2142, respectively, together with the transparent cover body 2140a.

That is, unlike the first embodiment, the first and second light-transmissive regions 2141 and 2142 are formed by the first and second transparent portions 2140b1 and 2140b2, which are transparent portions of the film 2140b, 2140b2, respectively.

A touch sensor 2160 is attached to the rear surface of the film 2140b corresponding to the second transparent portion 2140b2. The touch sensor 2160 is disposed so as to completely cover the second transmissive region 2142, and is configured to sense the touch input to the second transmissive region 2142. The touch sensor 2160 may be formed to have a larger size than the second transmissive area 2142. The touch sensor 2160 may be configured to cover a part of the unlit part 2140b3 defining the second transparent part 2140b2 .

In the meantime, the touch sensor 2160, the second transparent portion 2140b2 of the film 2140b, and the transparent cover body 2140a are disposed in front of the display 132 provided on the display module 130, Respectively.

FIG. 9 is a sectional view showing a third embodiment of the door cover 140 taken along the line A-A 'shown in FIG.

As in the second embodiment, a film 3140b for forming the shielding layer 3140b may be attached to the rear surface of the cover body 3140a in this embodiment. As shown in the figure, the film 3140b includes a non-transmissive portion 3140b3 corresponding to the non-transmissive region 3143, a first hole 3140b1 corresponding to the first transmissive region 3141, and a second transmissive region 3142 And a corresponding second hole 3140b2. The non-transparent portion 3140b3 is formed so as to surround the first and second holes 3140b1 and 3140b2 and the first and second holes 3140b1 and 2140b2 are partitioned by the non-transparent portion 3140b3.

Here, the portion corresponding to the non-transparent portion 3140b3 functions as a shielding layer for making the door cover 3140 opaque, thereby forming an opaque region 3143. [ The first and second holes 3140b1 and 2140b2 are formed at portions corresponding to the first and second transparent regions 3141 and 3142 so that the film 3140b is not disposed and the transparent cover body 3140a is left .

A touch sensor 3160 is attached to the rear surface of the cover body 3140a corresponding to the second light transmitting region 3142. [ The touch sensor 3160 is disposed so as to completely cover the second transmissive area 3142 and is configured to sense the touch input to the second transmissive area 3142. [ The touch sensor 3160 may be formed to have a larger size than the second transmissive region 3142 and the touch sensor 3160 may be configured to cover a part of the non-transparent portion 3140b3 defining the second hole 3140b2 .

On the other hand, a light-transmitting touch sensor 3160 and a light-transmitting cover body 3140a are sequentially arranged in front of the display 132 provided on the display module 130. [ This can be regarded as substantially the same as the layer structure described with reference to FIG. 6 and the thicknesses of the shielding layers 140b and 3140b.

The layer structure illustrated in FIGS. 6 and 9 has the following advantages over the layer structure illustrated in FIG.

First, since the touch sensors 160 and 3160 are directly attached to the light-transmitting cover bodies 140a and 3140a, the touch sensitivity felt by the user can be increased. Unlike the layer structure described in FIG. 8, since the second transparent portion 2140b2 of the film 2140b is not provided in front of the display 132, the visual information output from the display 132 can be provided more clearly have.

Meanwhile, various methods such as an in-mold injection method and a transfer method can be applied as a method of attaching the films 2140b and 3140b to the door covers 2140 and 3140 described with reference to FIGS.

The in-mold injection method is a method that can be used when the door covers 2140 and 3140 are formed of a synthetic resin material, and the films 2140b and 3140b are provided in the mold and are ejected together with the door covers 2140 and 3140 And is integrally formed. In the transferring method, films 2140b and 3140b are attached to door covers 2140 and 3140 made of glass or synthetic resin through thermal pressing.

10 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line C-C 'shown in FIG.

Referring to FIG. 10, the door cover 140 is coupled to the door frame 110. For this coupling, a liquid sealant 171 may be used. The coupling structure between the door cover 140 and the door frame 110 will be described later in detail.

As described above, the door frame 110 may include an outer frame 111 and an inner frame 112.

The outer frame 111 is configured such that a door cover 140 is attached to the front surface thereof. The inner frame 112 is engaged on the rear side of the outer frame 111. The coupling between the outer frame 111 and the inner frame 112 may be accomplished by screw coupling, hook coupling, bonding, or the like.

In this figure, the outer frame 111 and the inner frame 112 are bonded to each other by bonding. Concretely, a fastening rib 112d is protruded from the inner frame 112, and a rib receiving portion 111e for receiving the fastening rib 112d is protruded from the rear face of the outer frame 111, 111e are filled with a bonding member 172.

When the outer frame 111 and the inner frame 112 are coupled to each other, the outer peripheral portion of the inner frame 112 may protrude from the front surface of the outer frame 111 to form the mounting guide 112c. The mounting guide 112c extends in the form of a loop along the periphery of the outer frame 111 to form a space for accommodating the door cover 140 therein.

The mounting guide 112c may be disposed to cover the side surface of the door cover 140 and may be formed at a predetermined height so that the upper surface of the mounting guide 112c forms the same plane as the upper surface of the adjacent door cover 140 have. According to the above configuration, the step between the mounting guide 112c and the door cover 140 is reduced, and a more simple appearance can be realized.

FIG. 11 is a conceptual diagram showing the door cover 140 and the door frame 110 of FIG.

In general, a part having a unique shape (for example, a vertex portion, a recessed portion, or the like) becomes a reference for fitting an installation position at the time of assembly, thereby facilitating assembly. However, in the case where the door cover 140 is formed in a circular shape as in the present embodiment, there is a problem that a portion where the installation position can be aligned at the time of assembling is inadequate because the corner portion has a rounded shape. The first and second light transmitting regions 141 and 142 of the door cover 140 are positioned in the door frame 110 so that the door frame 140 is not coupled to the door frame 110, The first and second openings 110a and 111b of the first and second openings 110a and 110b do not correspond to each other.

In order to solve the problem, as shown in FIG. 11, the door cover 140 has a reference portion to which the installation position can be aligned when the door frame 110 is assembled with the door frame 110.

Specifically, the door cover 140 includes a first corner portion 140 'formed in a round shape and a second corner portion 140' 'connecting both sides of the first corner portion 140' Similarly, the door cover 140 may have a circular shape in which a part of the door cover 140 is cut in a linear shape. The second corner portion 140 '' may have a first corner portion 140 'and a second corner portion 140' Any form that can be distinguished as enemy can be.

The mounting guide 112c described above includes a first protrusion 112c 'extending in a round manner to correspond to the first corner 140' and a second protrusion 112c 'extending in a straight line corresponding to the second corner 140' (112c ").

In the above configuration, the second corner portion 140 '' and the second projection portion 112c '' are a standard for aligning the installation position when the door cover 140 and the door frame 110 are assembled. That is, when the second corner portion 140 "corresponds to the second projection 112c ", the door cover 140 is positioned in the right position on the door frame 110, 1 and the second transparent regions 141 and 142 may be disposed corresponding to the first and second openings 110a and 111b of the door frame 110. [

The second projection 112c " may be located anywhere on the door frame 110, but the second projection 112c "may be formed in the door frame 110 so that it is difficult for the user to recognize that the door 10 is a cut circular shape. 110).

Hereinafter, a coupling structure between the door cover 140 and the door frame 110 will be described.

Fig. 12 is a front view showing the first embodiment of the door frame 110 shown in Fig. 3, and Fig. 13 is an enlarged view of the portion E shown in Fig.

As described above, the door 10 is coupled to the front surface of the outer frame 111. A sealant 171 is used for the coupling and a sealant filling groove 111d for filling the sealant 171 is formed on the front surface of the outer frame 111. [

The sealant filling groove 111d is arranged to overlap with the opaque region 143 of the door cover 140. [ Here, the term " overlap " means overlapping of the door 10 in the thickness direction. That is, the sealant filling groove 111d is formed at a portion of the door frame 110 (specifically, the outer frame 111) overlapping the opaque region 143 of the door cover 140. [

According to the above structure, the sealant filling grooves 111d and the sealant filled therein are covered by the opaque region 143, and are not visible from the outside of the door 10. Accordingly, the appearance of the door 10 which is simpler and more refined can be realized.

The sealant filling groove 111d may be formed to extend in a loop shape along the inner circumference of the outer frame 111 so as to surround the entirety of the first and second openings 110a and 111b. According to the above structure, the airtightness of the inner space wrapped by the sealant filled in the sealant filling groove 111d can be maintained, so that moisture infiltration into the display module 130 located in the inner space can be prevented.

The sealant filling grooves 111d may be formed to enclose the first and second openings 110a and 111b. For this purpose, the sealant filling groove 111d includes a connecting groove portion 111d'3, a first groove portion 111d'1, and a second groove portion 111d'2.

The connection groove portion 111d'3 is formed to intersect between the first and second openings 110a and 111b. The connection groove portion 111d'3 may be formed in a linear shape as shown in the drawing, or may be formed in a shape bent at least at one portion (for example, a shape of 'U' shape wrapping both sides and a lower side of the second opening 111b) .

The first groove portion 111d'1 is connected to both end portions of the connection groove portion 111d'3 and is formed to surround the first opening portion 110a together with the connection groove portion 111d'3. The first groove portion 111d'1 may extend along the inner circumference of the outer frame 111.

The second trench 111d'2 is formed so as to surround the periphery of the second opening 111b together with the connection groove 111d'3 and to be connected to both ends of the connection groove 111d'3. The second groove portion 111d'2 may extend along the inner circumference of the outer frame 111.

The first groove portion 111d'1 and the second groove portion 111d'2 may be formed so as to communicate with each other at both ends of the connection groove portion 111d'3.

In this figure, the first and second groove portions 111d'2 extend along the inner periphery of the outer frame 111 to form circular grooves, and the connection groove portion 111d'3 is formed in the circular groove As shown in FIG.

10, the sealant filling grooves 111d may include a sealant applying portion 111d 'and a sealant collecting portion 111d ".

The sealant application portion 111d 'is a portion for filling the sealant 171 and has the connection groove portion 111d'3, the first groove portion 111d'1 and the second groove portion 111d'2 described above.

A sealant collecting portion 111d "for collecting the sealant 171 flowing out to the inside and outside of the sealant applying portion 111d 'is provided on both sides of the sealant applying portion 111d' Can be extended in parallel along the sealant application portion 111d 'while being spaced apart from the sealant application portion 111d' by a predetermined distance. The sealant collecting portion 111d "may have a narrower width than the sealant applying portion 111d '.

The jaw 111f may protrude to a predetermined height between the sealant applying portion 111d 'and the sealant collecting portion 111d'. The jaw 111f protrudes to a height corresponding to the front surface of the outer frame 111 And in this case, the jaw 111f functions as a supporting surface for supporting the door cover 140. [

In this embodiment, the sealant collecting section 111d "is composed of the first through third sealant collecting sections 111d " 1, 111d" 2 and 111d "3.

The first sealant collecting portion 111d " 1 is formed inside the sealant applying portion 111d 'and is formed so as to surround the first opening 110a. The first sealant collecting portion 111d " 111d'3 and the first trench 111d'1.

The second sealant collecting portion 111d " 2 is formed inside the sealant applying portion 111d 'and is formed so as to surround the second opening portion 111b. The second sealant collecting portion 111d " 111d'3 and the second trench 111d'2.

The third sealant collecting section 111d "3 is formed on the outer side of the sealant applying section 111d 'so as to surround the sealant applying section 111d'. The third sealant collecting section 111d" May extend along the groove portion 111d'1 and the second groove portion 111d'2, and may have a circular shape.

According to the above structure, even when the sealant 171 leaks into the sealant collecting part 111d 'during the process of coupling the door cover 140 to the outer frame 111, the sealant collecting part 111d' Quot; 111d ") of the sealant 171 can be collected. As a result, the deterioration of the appearance quality due to leakage of the sealant 171 can be prevented.

In addition, according to the above structure, the sealant application portion 111d 'can be disposed as close as possible to the rim of the outer frame 111. Therefore, the unbonded portion of the rim of the door cover 140 can be minimized, so that the bonding strength can be improved and the infiltration of foreign matter through the gap between the door cover 140 and the outer frame 111 Can be effectively prevented.

14 is a front view showing a second embodiment of the door frame 110 shown in Fig.

The sealant filling groove 4111d has the connecting groove portion 4111d'3, the first groove portion 4111d'1 and the second groove portion 4111d'2, And the second openings 4110a and 4111b, respectively. The sealant filling grooves 4111d may include a sealant applying portion and a sealant collecting portion, and the description thereof is the same as that described in the first embodiment.

In the present embodiment, the sealant filling groove 4111d has a bypass groove portion 4111d'4 connecting an arbitrary point on the connection groove portion 4111d'3 and an arbitrary point on the first groove portion 4111d'1 . As shown in the figure, the bypass groove portion 4111d'4 is located in the space formed by the connection groove portion 4111d'3 and the first groove portion 4111d'1.

Accordingly, a part of the sealant filled in the connection groove portion 4111d'3 or the first groove portion 4111d'1 flows into the branched bypass groove portion 4111d'3 so that the connection between the door cover and the door frame 4110 The effect of increasing the number of points. Therefore, the coupling force between the door cover and the door frame 4110 can be increased.

The bypass groove portion 4111d'3 may also include a sealant applying portion for filling the sealant and a sealant collecting portion provided on both sides of the sealant applying portion for collecting the sealant that flows out to the inside and outside of the sealant applying portion.

On the other hand, the display module 130 is installed in the door frame 110. Since the door 10 is configured to open and close the garment input port 20a, moisture may be infiltrated into the display module 130. [ Therefore, sealing with respect to the display module 130 is an important problem in terms of securing the driving reliability of the display unit 12. [

Hereinafter, the sealing structure of the display module 130 will be described.

15 and 16 are exploded perspective views of the display module 130 shown in FIG. 3 viewed from different directions. Fig. 17 is a front view of the mounting frame 131 shown in Fig. 15, Fig. 18 is a rear view of the mounting frame 131 shown in Fig. 15, And is a rear view showing a state in which the cover 137 is engaged.

15 to 19, the display module 130 includes a mounting frame 131, a display 132, and a display sealing member 133.

The mounting frame 131 has a display mounting portion 131a on one side of which the display 132 is mounted. The display mounting portion 131a may be a recessed space corresponding to the display 132 from the front to the rear of the mounting frame 131 or a space defined by a rib protruding corresponding to the periphery of the display 132. [ Space.

The mounting frame 131 may be formed of a synthetic resin material (for example, an ABS material, a PC material, or the like).

The mounting frame 131 may have a communication hole 131b. The communication hole 131b is provided on one side of the display mounting portion 131a and may be a space different from the display mounting portion 131a.

The flexible printed circuit board 161 of the touch sensor 160 is electrically connected to the printed circuit board 135 through the FPCB hole 111c formed in the door frame 110 and the communication hole 131b formed in the mounting frame 131 Can be configured to be connected. Not only the flexible printed circuit board 161 of the touch sensor 160 but also the flexible printed circuit board of the display 132 may be passed through the communication hole 131b.

The display 132 is mounted on the mounting frame 131 and is configured to output time information. The display 132 may be a liquid crystal display (LCD), a thin film transistor liquid crystal display (TFT LCD), an organic light-emitting diode (OLED), a flexible display ), A three-dimensional display (3D display), and an electronic ink display (E-ink Display).

As the display 132, a rectangular display having a generally rectangular shape and a rectangular shape having a different length and width from each other may be used. As described above, the rectangular display 132 is inexpensive compared to the circular display, and has an unusual shape (vertices are different, and the lengths and the lengths are different). There is an advantage that it is easy to catch.

When the display 132 is formed in a rectangular shape and the second transmissive area 142 is formed in a circular shape, the length of the shorter side of the display 132 is shorter than the diameter of the second transmissive area 142 The length of the second light-transmissive region 142 should be longer than that of the second light-transmissive region 142 if the second light-transmissive region 142 is formed in an elliptical shape. According to the above conditions, the time information can be output to the entire second light transmitting region 142. [

The circular display portion 132 is used as the display 132 but the circular second transparent portion 142 that overlaps the display 132 is formed on the door cover 140 so that the circular display portion 12 ) May be provided. In addition, the control unit can control the output of the time information on the portion of the display 132 that does not correspond to the second transparent region 142, thereby saving power.

A display cover 134 formed of a light-transmissive material and disposed to cover the display 132 may be additionally provided on the display 132. The display cover 134 covers and protects the display 132. The display cover 134 may be formed of a synthetic resin material (for example, an acrylic material, a PET material, a TPU material, or the like).

A display sealing member 133 is disposed between the door frame 110 and the mounting frame 131 so as to surround the display 132. When the communication hole 131b is provided in the mounting frame 131, the display sealing member 133 may be formed to enclose the display 132 and the communication hole 131b together.

The display sealing member 133 may be fixed to the door frame 110, or may be fixed to the mounting frame 131. The display sealing member 133 is fixed to the mounting frame 131 so that the mounting frame 131 is configured to seal the inner space when the mounting frame 131 is mounted on the door frame 110. [ The mounting frame 131 is formed with a receiving groove 131f for fixing the display sealing member 133 and the receiving groove 131f is formed to surround the display 132. [

The display sealing member 133 may have a plurality of contact portions 133a and 133b which are in contact with the mounting frame 131, respectively. The plurality of contact portions 133a and 133b are spaced apart in the width direction and extend in parallel along the longitudinal direction to form a plurality of sealing loops. Accordingly, the sealing loop formed by one of the contact portions 133a and 133b is disposed in the sealing loop formed by the other contact portion 133a and 133b, so that the reliability of the sealing structure can be improved.

The display module 130 may further include a printed circuit board 135, a PCB cover 137, and a PCB sealing member 138.

The printed circuit board 135 is electrically connected to the display 132 and mounted on the mounting frame 131. In this embodiment, a display 132 is mounted on the front surface of the mounting frame 131, and a printed circuit board 135 is mounted on the rear surface. When the touch sensor 160 is provided, the printed circuit board 135 may be electrically connected to the flexible printed circuit board 161 of the touch sensor 160 passing through the communication hole 131b.

The printed circuit board 135 may be a controller that controls the driving of the display 132 and the touch sensor 160 or a control unit itself.

A printed circuit board mounting portion 131d may be provided on the rear surface of the mounting frame 131 for mounting the printed circuit board 135. [ The printed circuit board mounting portion 131d may be a recessed space corresponding to the printed circuit board 135 from the rear surface to the front surface of the mounting frame 131 or may be formed to protrude around the printed circuit board 135 And an inner space defined by the ribs.

The mounting frame 131 may further include a wireless communication module 136 capable of wireless communication with an internal electronic device or an external electronic device. The mounting frame 131 may include a wireless communication module mounting portion 131e for mounting the wireless communication module 136 and the wireless communication module mounting portion 131e may be mounted on one side of the printed circuit board mounting portion 131d have.

The wireless communication module 136 may include at least one of a communication module using Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and RF. For example, the clothes processing apparatus 1 of the present invention can be configured to perform wireless communication with a user's mobile terminal through a Wi-Fi communication module or a Bluetooth communication module. As another example, the garment processing apparatus 1 of the present invention may be configured to perform wireless communication with another household appliance (for example, another garment processing apparatus 1) through an RF communication module.

The PCB cover 137 is mounted on the mounting frame 131 and is arranged to cover the printed circuit board 135. The PCB cover 137 is fastened to the mounting frame 131 by screwing, hooking, bonding or the like. For example, as shown in the drawing, the mounting frame 131 is provided with a mounting portion 137a having a mounting hole formed therein, and the mounting member 139b can be screwed to the mounting frame 131 through the mounting hole.

A PCB sealing member 138 may be disposed between the mounting frame 131 and the PCB cover 137 to seal the gap between the mounting frame 131 and the PCB cover 137. [ The PCB sealing member 138 is formed to enclose the printed circuit board 135 to prevent moisture infiltration into the printed circuit board 135.

When the wireless communication module 136 is additionally provided, the PCB sealing member 138 may be formed to enclose the printed circuit board 135 and the wireless communication module 136 together. Further, when the communication hole 131b is provided in the mounting frame 131, it is preferable that the communication hole 131b is also formed to surround the communication hole 131b.

The PCB sealing member 138 may be fixed to the mounting frame 131 or fixed to the PCB cover 137. The PCB sealing member 138 is fixed to the mounting frame 131 so as to seal the internal space when the mounting frame 131 and the PCB cover 137 are coupled. For this purpose, a mounting groove 131g for fixing the PCB sealing member 138 is formed on the mounting frame 131, and the mounting groove 131g is formed to surround the printed circuit board 135. If the PCB sealing member 138 is fixed to the PCB cover 137, a mounting groove for fixing the PCB sealing member 138 to the PCB cover 137 may be formed.

The PCB sealing member 138 may have a plurality of contacts 138a, 138b that respectively contact the PCB cover 137. The plurality of contacts 138a and 138b are spaced apart in the width direction and extend in parallel along the longitudinal direction to form a plurality of sealing loops. Thus, the sealing loop formed by one of the contacts 138a, 138b is disposed in the sealing loop formed by the other contact 138a, 138b, so that the reliability of the sealing structure can be improved.

20 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line F-F 'shown in Fig.

20, the display module 130 is mounted on the other side of the door frame 110 in a state where the door cover 140 is mounted on one side of the door frame 110. The mounting frame 131 is fastened to the door frame 110 by screwing, hooking, bonding or the like. For example, the mounting frame 131 is provided with a fastening portion 131c having a fastening hole, and the fastening member 139a can be screwed to the door frame 110 through the fastening hole.

When the door frame 110 includes the outer frame 111, the inner frame 112 and the frame cover 150, the door cover 140 is formed on the front surface of the outer frame 111 And a mounting frame 131 is mounted on the rear surface of the outer frame 111 so as to correspond to the second opening 111b.

The display sealing member 133 is configured to seal a gap between the mounting frame 131 and the outer frame 111 when the mounting frame 131 is mounted on the outer frame 111. [ The display sealing member 133 is formed to closely contact the mounting surface of the outer frame 111 around the second opening 111b and surround the second opening 111b.

In the structure in which the display sealing member 133 is fixed to the mounting frame 131, a receiving groove 131f is formed in the mounting frame 131 so that a part of the display sealing member 133 is inserted into the receiving groove 131f . Another part of the display sealing member 133 is formed to protrude from the receiving groove 131f so that the mounting frame 131 is brought into contact with (closely attached to) the door frame 110 when mounted on the door frame 110. [ By this contact, the inner space of the display sealing member 133 is separated from the outer space, so that moisture infiltration into the inner space is prevented.

In the above description, the display sealing member 133 is fixed to the mounting frame 131. However, the present invention is not limited thereto. The display sealing member 133 may be fixed to the rear surface of the outer frame 111. In this case, a receiving groove 131f for fixing the sealing member may be provided on the rear surface of the outer frame 111. [

The filler 133 'may be filled in the gap between the mounting frame 131 and the display cover 134 while the display 132 is mounted on the display mounting portion 131a. The filler 133 'is configured to fill the gap, so that moisture penetration into the display 132 can be prevented again.

FIG. 21 is a conceptual diagram showing a state in which the display module 130 shown in FIG. 3 is mounted inside the door frame 110. FIG.

Referring to FIG. 21 with reference to FIG. 20, the inner frame 112 is coupled to the rear side of the outer frame 111, and is disposed to cover the display module 130. That is, the display module 130 is disposed in the inner space formed by the combination of the outer frame 111 and the inner frame 112.

The display module 130 is inserted into the inner space of the inner frame 112 through the communication portion 112b and is then inserted into the outer frame 112b 111). The outer frame 111 may have a fastening boss corresponding to the fastening portion of the mounting frame 131. The fastening member 139a penetrates the fastening hole of the fastening portion 131c and is fastened to the fastening boss.

The printed circuit board 135 is electrically connected to a control unit (not shown) and a power supply unit (not shown) of the main body 20. To this end, a door side cable (not shown) extending from the printed circuit board 135 is connected to a connector (not shown) provided inside the door frame 110, and the connector is connected to a control unit of the main body 20, (Not shown) electrically connected to the main body side cable (not shown).

The door side cable is configured to penetrate a through hole (not shown) of the PCB cover 137, and a sealing member (not shown) for sealing can be interposed between the door side cable and the through hole. The sealing member is formed so as to surround the door-side cable and closely contact with the inner circumferential surface of the PCB cover 137 forming the through-hole.

The door frame 110 may further include a frame cover 150 disposed to cover the display module 130 in addition to the outer frame 111 and the inner frame 112 described above. The frame cover 150 is engaged with the inner frame 112 at the rear side of the outer frame 111 so that the door 10 is opened together with the door window 120 in a state in which the door 10 is opened to open the clothes inlet 20a. It is possible to form the rear surface of the body 10.

In this figure, the inner frame 112 is provided with a communicating portion 112b, and the frame cover 150 is detachably coupled to the communicating portion 112b. The frame cover 150 is fastened to the inner frame 112 by screw coupling, hook coupling, or the like. As shown in the figure, the frame cover 150 is formed with a locking hook 151 protruding therefrom, and the inner frame 112 is formed with a locking hole (or locking groove) 112b 'which is capable of locking the locking hook 151 .

Modifications of the above-described clothes processing apparatus will be described below. The detailed structure of the door described above can be applied to doors described later unless it is in contradiction with the detailed structure of a door described later. Therefore, redundant description thereof will be omitted.

FIG. 22 is an exploded perspective view of a door 1010 according to a modification of the present invention, and FIG. 23 is a sectional view of the door 1010 shown in FIG.

22 and 23, the door 1010 includes a door cover 1140, a display module 1130, and a door frame 1110.

The door cover 1140 includes an opaque region 1143 and a first transmissive region 1141 and a second transmissive region 1142 in the opaque region 1143. [ The first and second light-transmissive regions 1141 and 1142 can be distinguished from each other by the opaque region 1143.

A display module 1130 is disposed on the rear surface of the door cover 1140. The display module 1130 is configured to output time information through the second transparent region 1142 of the door cover 1140. The display module 1130 may be directly attached to the rear surface of the door cover 1140 or may be mounted on the display module receiving portion 1110b of the door frame 1110 described later.

The door frame 1110 is coupled with the door cover 1140 and is movably connected to the main body 20. The door frame 1110 can be configured to be rotatable with respect to the main body 20 by the hinge unit 30.

The door frame 1110 may include an outer frame 1111 and an inner frame 1112. The outer frame 1111 and the inner frame 1112 may be formed of a synthetic resin material (for example, ABS material, PC material, or the like).

The door frame 1110 has a display module accommodating portion 1110b and an opening 1110a.

The display module receiving portion 1110b is configured to receive the display module 1130 as a recessed space. The display module receiving portion 1110b may be a groove formed in the outer frame 1111 itself or may be a recessed space in which the inner frame 1112 covers the holes formed in the outer frame 1111. [ The display module receiving portion 1110b may be configured to receive the flexible printed circuit board 1161 of the touch sensor 1160. [

With the above configuration, the display module 1130 is covered by the display module receiving portion 1110b. That is, the display module 1130 is disposed between the door cover 1140 and the door frame 1110. As described above, the present modification is structurally different from the previous embodiment in that the door frame 1110 is not provided with the second opening corresponding to the display module 1160.

The opening 1110a is disposed so as to face the garment input port 20a in a state where the door 1010 is closed. A transparent door window 1120 is provided in the opening 1110a so that the clothes inlet 20a can be seen through the door window 1120. [

The opening 1110a may include a front opening 1111a formed in the outer frame 1111 and a rear opening 1112a formed in the inner frame 1112. [

Sealant filling grooves 1111d filled with a sealant for adhesion with the door cover 1140 are formed on the front surface of the door frame 1110. [

As described above, the sealant filling groove 1111d may include a connecting groove portion, a first groove portion, and a second groove portion. Specifically, the connection groove portion is formed to intersect between the display module housing portion 1110b and the opening portion 1110a, and the first groove portion is connected to both end portions of the connection groove portion so as to surround the periphery of the opening portion 1110a together with the connection groove portion. And the second groove portion is formed so as to surround the periphery of the display module receiving portion 1110b together with the connection groove portion by being connected to both end portions of the connection groove portion.

The sealant filling groove 1111d may further include a bypass groove portion in the above-described structure. The bypass groove portion is configured to connect between any point on the connecting groove portion and any point on the first groove portion in the space formed by the connecting groove portion and the first groove portion.

In addition, the sealant filling grooves 1111d may include a sealant applying portion 1111d 'and a sealant collecting portion 1111d ".

Such sealant filling grooves 1111d can prevent moisture penetration into the display module 1130 provided between the door cover 1140 and the door frame 1110. [ The sealant filling groove 1111d is configured to separately enclose the display module receiving portion 1110b and the opening portion 1110a so that moisture infiltration into the display module 1130 through the opening portion 1110a can be prevented.

Further, when the display module 1130 is directly attached to the rear surface of the door cover 1140, the display sealing member 1133 can be brought into close contact with the rear surface of the door cover 1140. At this time, the display sealing member 1133 may also function as an adhesive for bonding the display module 1130 to the rear surface of the door cover 1140.

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  1. A body having a garment inlet; And
    And a door configured to open and close the garment input port,
    The door
    A door frame having a first opening facing the garment input port and a second opening corresponding to a display module mounted inside the door when the door is closed; And
    And a door cover coupled to the door frame to form an outer appearance of the door,
    Wherein the door cover includes an opaque area, a first light-transmissive area corresponding to the first opening in the opaque area, and a second light-transmissive area corresponding to the second opening,
    A sealant filling groove filled with a sealant for bonding with the door cover is formed on a front surface of the door frame,
    The sealant filling groove
    A connection groove portion extending between the first opening portion and the second opening portion so as to be adhered and sealed between the first opening portion and the second opening portion;
    A first groove portion connected to both ends of the connection groove portion so as to surround the circumference of the first opening portion together with the connection groove portion; And
    And a second groove portion connected to both ends of the connection groove portion so as to surround the circumference of the second opening portion together with the connection groove portion,
    Wherein the connection groove portion, the first groove portion and the second groove portion are covered by the opaque region and are not visible from the outside of the door.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    The door frame includes:
    An outer frame having the sealant filling grooves formed on its front surface; And
    And an inner frame coupled to a rear side of the outer frame.
  3. 3. The method of claim 2,
    The sealant filling groove
    A sealant dispenser for filling the sealant; And
    And a sealant collecting part formed on both sides of the sealant application part so as to collect sealants that flow out to the inside and outside of the sealant application part, respectively.
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  5. The method according to claim 1,
    The sealant filling groove
    Further comprising a bypass groove portion connecting an arbitrary point on the connection groove portion and an arbitrary point on the first groove portion.
  6. 6. The method of claim 5,
    Wherein the bypass groove portion is located in a space formed by the connection groove portion and the first groove portion.
  7. 3. The method of claim 2,
    Wherein the sealant filling groove extends in a loop shape along an inner circumference of the outer frame so as to surround the entire first and second openings.
  8. 3. The method of claim 2,
    Wherein the door frame further comprises a frame cover arranged to cover the display module.
  9. The method according to claim 1,
    The main body includes a door receiving portion recessed inwardly from an outer surface and having the garment input port therein,
    Wherein the door is received in the door receiving portion in a state in which the door is closed, and the outer surface rim portion of the door cover is flush with the outer surface of the adjacent body.
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  14. A body having a garment inlet; And
    And a door configured to open and close the garment input port,
    The door
    A door having a display module accommodating portion at a position spaced apart from the opening and having a sealant filling groove filled with a sealant for adhesion with the door cover, frame;
    And a second light-transmissive area corresponding to the opening, the second light-transmissive area corresponding to the opening, and the second light-transmissive area corresponding to the display module accommodating part, which are partitioned in the opaque area, A door cover having two light-projecting areas;
    A door window installed on the door frame to correspond to the opening; And
    And a display module accommodated in the display module accommodating portion and disposed on a rear surface of the door cover and outputting time information through the second transparent region,
    The sealant filling groove
    A connecting groove portion extending between the opening and the receiving portion of the display module so as to be adhered and sealed between the opening portion and the display module receiving portion;
    A first groove portion connected to both end portions of the connection groove portion so as to surround the circumference of the opening portion together with the connection groove portion; And
    And a second groove portion connected to both ends of the connection groove portion so as to surround the display module accommodation portion together with the connection groove portion,
    Wherein the connection groove portion, the first groove portion and the second groove portion are covered by the opaque region and are not visible from the outside of the door.
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  16. 15. The method of claim 14,
    The sealant filling groove
    Further comprising a bypass groove portion connecting an arbitrary point on the connection groove portion and an arbitrary point on the first groove portion in a space formed by the connection groove portion and the first groove portion.
  17. 15. The method of claim 14,
    The sealant filling groove
    A sealant dispenser for filling the sealant; And
    And a sealant collecting part formed on both sides of the sealant application part so as to collect sealants that flow out to the inside and outside of the sealant application part, respectively.
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